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Only recently, the Nepalese government started issuing licenses for independent radio stations. Since then, a group of journalists have been pooling resources and efforts towards establishing a self-sustainable media network for the only widely accessible medium in Nepal: radio.
This movie is part of the collection: Community Video
Director: Micz Flor & Philip Scheffner
Producer: Micz Flor & Philip Scheffner
Production Company: Crash Media / pong-berlin
Sponsor: Media Development Loan Fund (MDLF)
Audio/Visual: sound, color
Keywords: Activism; Networking; Media; Radio: Independent
Contact Information: Crash Media, Berlin Micz Flor firstname.lastname@example.org
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Subject: Listening to the Border Radio
Excellently produced documentary about radio networking in Nepal that gives great insight into their oppressive government and lack of freedom of speech (and how they are attempting to conquer anti free speech through radio networking). Great musical soundtrack and glimpse into another cultures slice of life!